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Subscribe to get the best content of the week, and great gaming deals, as picked by the editors. You can unsubscribe at any time and we’ll never share your details without your permission. PC Gamer is part of Future plc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. Custom ACX cooling and a healthy overclock. Just don’t mention how it looks. One of the only issues we have with the GTX 770 concerns Nvidia’s decision to drop the lovely trivalent chromium plated cooling solution from the GTX Titan and 780 onto it.
We had no problem with the level of cooling it affords and we certainly had no problem with the look – it couldn’t look any more bling unless it had a diamond-studded hubcap in the middle of the fan housing. The problem is that the only way for card manufacturers to differentiate themselves is to design own-brand cooling solutions and slap them onto their cards, maybe with a hefty overclock to boot. And that’s exactly what EVGA has done with this Superclocked version of the excellent GTX 770. Instead of the trivalent chromium plating, we’ve got plastic surrounds and a couple of chunky fans. And that’s a shame, because the ACX cooling is really quite impressive on these Superclocked cards. Like EVGA’s GTX 760 version, this GTX 770 iteration manages to chill the GPU down by at least 10ºC. The stock cooler, as good-looking as it is, still gets rather hot when you apply some serious graphics loads.